Department of Music

Montevallo Music Camp

Montevallo Music Camp
for Young Musicians

June 16 – 21, 2024

The University of Montevallo Department of Music welcomes middle and high school-aged choir, band, piano, guitar students, and aspiring music technologists to the 18th annual Montevallo Music Camp, Sunday, June 16 through Friday, June 21, 2024.


This one week, residential experience provides superior instruction combined with the fun and friendship of a great summer camp. A variety of ensemble and master-class experiences are conducted by our internationally recognized UM music faculty and guest artists. Evening activities include swimming, field activities, cook-out, movie night, a mixer, and recitals. Individual private instruction is also available in guitar, voice, piano, and for all traditional band instruments.

Participants should be between the ages of 11-18, be able to independently read music, and have completed at least one year of study in a school band, choir, guitar class, piano class, or have taken private lessons outside of school. Experience in music technology is not required for the music technology program, only the ability to read music.

Tuition & Fees

Camp tuition is all-inclusive, providing participants with a single or double occupancy room with en suite bath, all-you-can eat buffet-style meals, instruction by university faculty holding doctorates and select visiting artists, instructional materials, evening activities, camp t-shirt, and free admittance to all concerts for family and friends. Students may name a roommate during the online registration process – bring a friend!

We are fortunate to hold camp tuition costs at the same rate for a twelfth straight year, $395 for double occupancy and $495 for single occupancy rooms (as available).

Optional private, one-on-one individualized lessons with our faculty are also available for a fee of $30 per half-hour lesson with a maximum of two lessons. Private lessons may be taken in or outside the “performance area,” i.e., an MMC band participant may request a private voice, guitar, or piano lesson.


To determine if space is still available, please contact Camp Director Dr. Ted Hoffman at